Groundwork joins 27 charities and mission-led organisations to urge the government to respond to the ongoing gas crisis with measures to create a green, fair and affordable energy future for all.
The ‘Youth in a Changing Climate’ report has examined the perspectives of young people between the ages 16-25 years in the UK on climate change and discusses barriers which prevent young people from taking climate action.
The report argues that the Levelling Up and climate change agendas should be working hand-in-hand with each other. Local areas should be empowered to build economies that are both green and inclusive, according to their distinct needs and opportunities.
Blog by Groundwork's UK Chief Executive, Graham Duxbury
On Friday 1 October 2021 energy prices are set to rise as the energy price cap increases. This change coincides with the end of the furlough scheme and a Universal Credit payment cut of £20 per week which will reduce household incomes for those on the scheme.
Businesses in flagship business park vote overwhelmingly in favour of third successive Business Improvement District.
John Troth OBE is to step down as Chair at Groundwork North Wales from November 2019 after 25 years of service, to the charity.
Groundwork volunteers help tidy up Northwich green space
Rivington project gives Phil a new lease of life
Callum becomes Pulse Ally
Grow Speke has positive impact on pupils' lives
Prince's Trust is a 13 week action-packed programme for 16-25 year olds designed to boost confidence and open the door to your future career, this article explains what the 13 weeks programme includes.
JLL staff on their Give and Gain day help South Royd School and Pudsey Cemetery
Moira enjoyed taking part in a personal development programme so much, that once it had finished, she decided she'd like to continue being involved with Groundwork as a volunteer.